The Fundamental Interrelationships Between Government and Property

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Nicholas Mercuro, Warren J. Samuels
JAI Press, 1999 - Law - 298 pages
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This collection of 22 commissioned essays from scholars across numerous fields responded to the question: What are the most fundamental things you can say concerning the interrelations between the institutions of government and property? Contributing authors were asked to address this question in a positive analysis and that their essay penetrate to the deepest (most fundamental) levels of property-government organization. Their contributions are illuminating.

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Nicholas Mercuro is University-wide Professor at Michigan State University. He is a coauthor of Law, Economics and Public Policy.

Warren J. Samuels (1933-2011) was professor emeritus of economics at Michigan State University and is known for his contributions in the areas of the history of economic thought and the methodology of economics. In addition to his numerous professional articles, his books include Essays on the History of Economics, The Economy as a Process of Valuation, and Economic Thought and Discourse in the Twentieth Century.

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